First of all – guys, we’re at less than six weeks to STEADFAST! Sorry for the gushing, but I’m starting to get psyched. (And if you think these contests are good, just wait until we get a little closer to launch.) (Not that these aren’t good – as you will see.) Second, congrats to the winners of the last contest:
Ashfa is the lucky winner of NO ONE ELSE CAN HAVE YOU, the “YA Fargo” thriller by Kathleen Hale! Brianna‘s getting a brand new copy of the new fantasy DEFY by Sara B. Larson! And Emily will be receiving Cristin Terrill’s ALL OUR YESTERDAYS and all its time-travel adventures! Way to go, every one of you.
But there are still more books to win. Yes. They keep on coming.
What do we have this week? There’s THIS SONG WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE by Leila Sales, about a girl who discovers an underground dance club and a scene that transforms her life. There’s BEFORE MY EYES by Caroline Bock, in which a girl meets a guy online and isn’t sure whether to trust him. And then there’s UNINVITED by the one and only Sophie Jordan, which takes place in a society where they’ve identified a biological tendency to murder that condemns you as a criminal – before you’ve done anything wrong; when Davy tests positive, her normal life gets turned upside down.
These books are so different from each other, and yet so absolutely terrific. Do you want to win? Well, here’s what you do:
1) Follow me on Twitter, as well as Leila (@leilasalesbooks), Sophie (@SoVerySophie) and Caroline (@cabockwrites).
2) Tell me in comments here which book you’d like to win, and why! (Might be nice to tweet that to the author, too. Everyone loves knowing someone is looking forward to their book!)
3) Live in the US if you’re going for THIS SONG WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE, but you can live anywhere and win UNINVITED or BEFORE MY EYES.
4) Do all this before Monday, February 3, when I’ll pick the winners at random!
Ready, set, and go!
(And speaking of looking forward to books – if you haven’t checked out SPELLCASTER yet, you have enough time to read it before STEADFAST comes your way. And don’t forget the e-novella, “The First Midnight Spell”!)